Rutherford B. Hayes Biography, Age, Weight, Height, Friend, Like, Affairs, Favourite, Birthdate & Other

Rutherford B. Hayes

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Biography Of Rutherford B. Hayes
Real NameRutherford B. Hayes
ProfessionPresidents, Political Leaders
Nick NameRutherford Birchard Hayes, Rutherford Hayes
Famous asPresident of the U.S.A
Political IdeologyPolitical party Republican (1854-1893), Other political – affiliations Whig (Before 1854)
Personal Life of Rutherford B. Hayes
Born on04 October 1822
Birthday4th October
Died At Age70
Sun SignLibra
Born inDelaware
Died on17 January 1893
Place of deathFremont
Family Background of Rutherford B. Hayes
FatherRutherford Hayes
MotherSophia Birchard
Spouse/PartnerLucy Webb Hayes
ChildrenManning Force Hayes, Fanny Hayes, Birchard Austin Hayes, Rutherford Platt Hayes, George Crook Hayes, Webb Hayes, Joseph Thompson Hayes, Scott Russell Hayes
Education1842-08 – Kenyon College, Harvard Law School, Harvard University
Personal Fact of Rutherford B. Hayes

Rutherford B. Hayes was the 19 President of the United States; he was in the office from 1877 to 1881. His administration saw the end of the post-Civil War Reconstruction and he is credited to have restored the citizens faith in presidency through his efforts to curb the corruption that had become rampant in the government. A lawyer by profession, he had completed his legal education from the Harvard Law School before opening his own law business in partnership with William K. Rogers and Richard M. Corwine.

He soon gained prominence as a criminal defense attorney, and as a strict abolitionist, he also defended slaves who had escaped and were accused under the Fugitive Slave Act of 1850. He served in the army during the Civil War and rose to the rank of major general. The Republicans were much impressed by Hayes anti-slavery stance and requested him to become the presidential nominee.

He successfully ran for presidency as a Republican against Democrat Samuel Tilden in 1876 and assumed office on March 4, 1877. As the president, he oversaw the end of the Reconstruction and was steadfast in his commitment to civil service reforms. He retired after one term and became an advocate of social and educational reforms

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